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Old 01-01-2019, 05:52 PM   #46528
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I got a great blessing today. I got on “family search” and traced back through Margaret Elizabeth Tudor to David brown 1771 death his wife was listed as “Elizabeth ‘cherokee’ “ it is a family tree and not documented at all. The ancestry number did not pull up anything. If it pans out, then my great great great great great great grand mother (nokomtha) was Cherokee tribe. May not seem much to you’uns, but I am not looking for tribal enrollment. It helps me explain why I talk to trees.
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